Zero Days tells the story of Stuxnet, a computer virus discovered in 2010 and likely commissioned by the US and Israeli governments to target Iran's nuclear program. The film paints a haunting picture of digital warfare.
The story of the young girl Anne Frank has been adapted for TV and the cinema many times. Surprisingly, there has never been a German adaptation for the big screen - until now. (17.02.2016)
Michael Moore is out again to solve America's problems - and finds a number of solutions in Europe. His quasi-documentary "Where to Invade Next" makes its European premiere at the Berlinale. (17.02.2016)
The all-star cast and director of the Berlinale competition entry discuss why the real-life story of an ordinary German couple who fought back against the Nazis needs to be told - now more than ever. (16.02.2016)
The documentary film explains how Tehran has consolidated its military and political position in the Middle East, the renaissance of Islamism and the fight against terrorists.
Iran's cinema has helped culture a certain image of the country in the West. With an absurdist comedy about a blacklisted director hoping to become a serial killer's target, Mani Haghighi defies expectations.
Are you ready? The 68th edition of Germany's largest film festival starts this Thursday and will showcase almost 400 new productions. Here are a few highlights of the rich program.
Michael Myers is one of the horror genre's most legendary characters. No Halloween party is complete without a Myers mask. No big anniversary without a new film. Director John Carpenter kicked the series off in 1978. 40 years on Myers is back again.
DW presents the definitive list of 100 German must-read novels that have been translated into English. These major works of 20th and 21st century literature have profoundly shaped how readers view Germany.
A concert venue in eastern Germany has blocked leftist punk band Feine Sahne Fischfilet from performing over fears they could incite far-right protesters. Critics have called the decision an assault on artistic freedom.
Visual art is probably something you don't typically associate with people who are visually impaired. But South Korean sculpturer Goh Hong-seok might defy your expectations. The legally blind artist makes enormous and complex installations with a material that might also blow your mind. Reporter Jason Strother met Goh at his studio just outside Seoul.
It's not all just fun and games when it comes to gaming. The Victoria & Albert Museum explores the transformative power of digital games in its latest exhibition, "Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt."
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